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, the search for two u.s. soldiers intensifies. and slots debate. governor o'malley and former governor ehrlich weigh in on the future of slots in the state. and... >> the seventh annual family day is going on here at the druitt hills park basketball courts. we'll tell you all about the day's events. eyewitness news is seconds away. >>> good morning and welcome to eyewitness news this sunday. i'm gigi barnett. >> i'm tim williams. it 18:00. it is 85 degrees and it is already starting to warm up outside. good morning to you. >> already. >> already. how did you brave yesterday? >> i could not escape it. >> no, you couldn't. >> you tried to run from it. it caught you. >> yes had a false sense of security because you went into a supermarket or something. when you came out, reality hit quickly. yesterday, we did break records. we got to 100. the record was actually 97. we went right past that with the heat index in the teens. we're still up in the higher levels of the temperatures. take a look outside. you're already seeing the haze yesterday. hazy, hot, humid. just oppressive. really, really danger
's -- one man is in the center of it all. a high ranking kgb officer flew to the u.s. after spending a decade in a russian prison. he owned a home in cockeysville. >> reporter: good morning, some in this neighborhood knew they had a former kgb colonel living next door and as this spy story unfolded, they hoped to hear his name as a prisoner released friday. >> reporter: a plane lands friday night and bringing home two russian prisoners convicted of spying on russia for the u.s.. this man is now coming back to the cockeysville neighborhood. >> i consider him to be an american hero more than a spy so to speak. >> reporter: many neighbors know the story of about how robert hanson leaked information for more than 20 years until he was caught. the russian government said he provided his name. >> this cost american's lives. >> reporter: a total of four prisoners have been swapped for ten russian spies and that u.s. abouts arrested. this swap happened yesterday. >> in a political sense, it's a win/win. the united states did really, really well here. >> reporter: the move to the -- they move
people are talking about this morning. one of four high profile russian prisoners is back on u.s. soil this morning and he may be returning to his home in cockeysville. lisa jang has more on what his neighbors are saying about his life as a spy and his time in a russian jail. >> good morning, everyone. many neighbors are still trying to wrap their head around the fact that this international swap has maryland ties and that one of the swapped pritzers may return to the state to live. >> 59-year-old alexander zap roski spent the last seven years in a russian prison. on friday, the former kgb colonel flew into dull et international airport, one of four prisoners convicted of spying for the west. released by moscow in the biggest spy swap since the cold war. thousands of miles away, quiet cockeysville is where he called home since he left russia in 1997. maryland tax records show he once lived in this upscale private community on highfield court and he still owns a house on willow vista way where his son and family live, where neighbors can't believe an espionage dram ha has any baltimore
at a pretty light flow of traffic through u.s. 50 at sandy point. probably because most of the folks traveled yesterday, and we watched it this time yesterday. the backup was more than about a mile to two miles. so i guess a lot of folks are down at the ocean where the forecast looks like this. temperatures today just around 100 degrees here, looking at 95, and 100 through the rest of the week, but for the ocean, 84 on sunday, 86 on monday, water temperature 72. the bay temperatures are right around 82 degrees. we'll have the complete first warning forecast and talk about what that looks like in a few moments. >>> thank you, tim. but turning to some other top stories, people are talking about. a rough ride for passengers on and massachusetts ferry. more than 170 people were whale watching yesterday when the ferry hit a large rock near the boston harbor. witnesses say the impact threw dozens of people from their seats. several of them were treated for minor injuries. the incident is under investigation. >>> it was not retaliation for the sox beating the orioles. in fenway park, it was boston a
site wick yi links. it shows u.s. troops killing a photographer and his driveer in baghdad. manning is also the focus of the pentagon investigation into thousands of leaked documents on the war effort in afghanistan. >>> after weeks of work, bp's new boss says it is time to scale back the company's clean- up effort in the gulf coast. in the days since bp capped the well, the crews in the area report seeing far less oil on the surface. the company says skimming boats and recent storms have helped remove or break up much of the oil. >>> a couple of days ago we saw maybe a very couple of small patches of oil that we had to get down low to identify them. >> reporter: but the operation to permanently seal the leak has hit another delay. the crews discovered debris in the relief well and that needs to be cleaned out before bp can take anymore steps. that work should be done by tuesday. >>> die hard soccer fans are invading baltimore this weekend, but the two are very different interests, but they equal one big interest for baltimore and that is money. as we explain, local businesses say t
bombing rocks a town near the u.s. border and it was caught on tape. police say a mexican drug cartel detonate ad car bomb targeting federal and local police officers. the blast killed four people and injured several others. the mayor of the town says the bomb was retaliation for the arrest of a senior cartel member. >>> back here in the u.s., police are looking for the gunman who opened fire in the middle of a crowded street in indiana. gunshots sent thousands of people running for safety last night at the indiana black expo. bullets struck at least eight people. two remain in serious but stable condition this morning. police have no suspects and there's no word on what sparked the gunfire. >>> vice-president joe biden is slapped with a fine over his 2008 presidential campaign. election watch dogs say the campaign will have to pay more than $200,000 in fines. officials say sloppy bookkeeping and accepting excessive contributions, including a discounted flight on a private jet are to blame. biden dropped out of the 2008 presidential campaign because of a poor showing in the iowa caucu
environmental disasters in u.s. history could face new challenges and fresh layers of crude on the beaches and the wetlands. >> and the storm delayed the efforts to plug the well for two weeks. >>> the baltimore city's fire chief is asking for more money. the fire chief says that the highier salaries will help recruit and keep the top leaders. the chiefs can't earn overtime. and the chief wants a total of $63,000 to make up the difference. they'll consider this issue next week. >>> and the search for a violent suspect continues. a woman living in a highland town shop is dragged into the back of a store and sexually assaulted and the crime has other women working nearby very concerned. >> reporter: this is a photo of the man who sexually assaulted a female clerk. here's a closer shot. the pictures were taken from the ceiling of this store in highland town. the suspect began to look around the store. he grabbed the clerk and took her into a back room and tied her up and sexually assaulted her. >> reporter: the door is fingerprinted and the owner of the store tells wjz he ownes two shops and
. the two will divide numerous homes in the u.s. and sweden. >> i know i have bitterly disappointed all of you. >> reporter: woods has admitted to a string of marital infidelities an has apologized to his wife and fans. she could file divorce papers in a florida court in the coming days. joel brown, cbs news. >> woods marriage problems went public after a car accident ought side his home in november. the following weeks, more than a dozen women came forward claiming they had affairs with him. >>> this morning, paris hilton is out of trouble in south africa. police arrested the socialite on friday on the suspicion of marijuana at a world cup match. the charge was dropped when another woman says the drugs belonged to her and pleaded guilty. hilton's publicist is calling the incident a misunderstanding. hilton says she was never arrested and was only helping police with their investigation. >>> a spark from a wood chipper started the wild fire that destroyed 15 buildings in nevada. 150 firefighters are battling the 600-acre blaze in a town 15 miles outside of las vegas. dry temperatures an
that is feeding the leak may be depleting. >>> there's claims denied that the u.s. worked out a drilling for almadradhe. he was released after the doctors said the cancer- stricken man had months to live. but now he could live for another decade. >>> the teenager your vaiing the terrorist attacks in uganda is now having a better outlook. >> reporter: she's in intensative care in south africa with her parents by her side. it's one of many surgeries since her legs were shattered in a terrorist attack on sunday. she was doing mission work with her grandmother's work and one of several members of the team who chose to stay behind while others came home. >> i thank god his plans were for us to be home. i'm really sorry for our friends that we left there, and just for the victims within uganda. >> reporter: others say it has not scared them from continuing their work in africa, including help the children infected with the hiv. >> i'm definitely going back. i need to see my friends. there >> reporter: wjz has reported on another victim. steff ocaaria worked for bloomberg health. he leaves behi
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